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Lyonel Charles Feininger or Lyonel Feininger, the German-American ‘Expressionist’ painter, printmaker, and caricaturist, was born on July 17, 1871. These auction houses run by their own rules, generating what sometimes seems like a “wild, wild East” atmosphere. It is, for example, fairly common for a house to get consignments directly from artists, who then use the sales to establish prices for their works on the primary market. More often, now that China has hundreds of galleries, dealers come to a sale with buyers in tow, publicly bidding up works to establish “record prices” and advertise their artists. This kind of bidding ring would be considered illegal in the United States, but in China it is viewed as a savvy business practice. There is little regulation of auction houses and few developed legal norms in the field, so that even when buyers have grievances-with fakes and forgeries, for example-they do not feel they can resort to the law. Bidding is a social as well as a business activity, and buyers are happy to flaunt their status by paying record prices or quickly flipping artworks, not only for profit but so they can boast of their short-term gains. Moss, H. (2008). Reflections on music therapy and arts in health. British Journal of Music Therapy, 22(2), 83-87. Aldridge, D. (2000). Overture: It’s Not What You Do but the Way that You Do It. In D. Aldridge (Ed.), Music Therapy in Dementia Care (pp. 9-32). London: Jessica Kingsley. Scotland’s largest private art gallery has re-opened with a show of top-flight paint and print by various renowned artists. Closely related to constructivism, de Stijl developed in Holland, where artists fled to avoid involvement in World War I. De Stijl flourished during the 1920s in Europe and strongly influenced the Bauhaus work. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Art. 10 January – 18 February 1940. Catalogue. Symphony is a musical composition or musical score that is written by composers for an orchestra that has many musicians playing different instruments together and at different times. d’Orgeval, Martin. Ellsworth Kelly face à Jean Arp et Sophie Taeuber 1949-1963.” Les Cahiers du Musée National d’Art Moderne 79 (Spring 2002): 54-81. Tyler, Parker. Ellsworth Kelly Parsons; to June 9.” Artnews (Summer, 1956). Rubin, William. A Curator’s Quest: Building the Collection of Painting and Sculpture of The Museum of Modern Art, 1967-1988. New York: Overlook Duckworth, 2011. Rosenthal, Nan. Ellsworth Kelly: On the Roof. Exh. brochure. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998. Thank you for this beautiful article. I hope to learn more about the great Australian artists and painters. Mike’s live caricatures are more than just fun drawings as a memento for your event but an experience. Mike can entertain your guests while drawing them with his charisma, extraverted ‘Å“life of the party demeanor’ and witty banter, and make the gentleman look funny or tough and studly and flatter the ladies with glamorous drawings at the same time. Drawing with permanent ink and colored with unique pastel chalk, applied with a glove, this is an experience that really makes your event memorable. And Mike can even draw up to 6 faces on one customized background. Whether it be couples at your party, co-workers or groups it really is unique that a caricaturist can draw so many people all together.

In 1925, Alain Locke , the dean” of the Harlem Renaissance, published a volume of essays called The New Negro,” which encouraged African American artists to look to newly invigorated European modernist artists, the same ones who were making hay with primitivism,” for inspiration. Herein were possible sources for a new African American idiom, connected both to contemporary art currents and authentic African culture. It was an exhortation that paralleled what European countries had done over the past century — raiding their own folk culture to invent new national identities — but the idea that African visual ideas processed by European artists was a route to authentic African culture was questionable. Loth, J. (1994). Music therapy and forensic psychiatry – choice, denial and the law. British Journal of Music Therapy, 8(2), 10-18. Reynolds, Jack. American Abstraction at the Addison. Exh. cat. Andover: The Addison Gallery of American Art, 1991: 54. Curated by Gail Stavitsky, this exhibition focuses on the French master’s profound impact on the development of American modern art from 1907 to the present. Nineteen works by Matisse are juxtaposed with forty-four works by American artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann. The author makes use of a book format, a diary, a documentary which presents the images in a fixed sequence. Images are painted on silk and sewn at the spine. The border which surrounds each image is sometimes interrupted when the image overflows onto it. Local colours of summer foliage commonly seen in the Newfoundland environment are used. The book contains 6 pages and has a hard cover front and back. Wollheim, Richard. Painting as an Art. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1987. THE SITE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ALL CONTENT, FUNCTION, MATERIALS AND SERVICES IS PROVIDED “AS IS,” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY FOR INFORMATION, DATA, DATA PROCESSING SERVICES OR UNINTERRUPTED ACCESS, ANY WARRANTIES CONCERNING THE AVAILABILITY, ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS, USEFULNESS, OR CONTENT OF INFORMATION, AND ANY WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. COMPANY DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SITE OR THE FUNCTION, CONTENT OR SERVICES MADE AVAILABLE THEREBY WILL BE TIMELY, SECURE, UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE, OR THAT DEFECTS WILL BE CORRECTED. Artspace MAKES NO WARRANTY THAT THE SITE WILL MEET USERS’ EXPECTATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS. NO ADVICE, RESULTS OR INFORMATION, OR MATERIALS WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, OBTAINED BY YOU THROUGH THE SITE SHALL CREATE ANY WARRANTY NOT EXPRESSLY MADE HEREIN. IF YOU ARE DISSATISFIED WITH THE SITE, YOUR SOLE REMEDY IS TO DISCONTINUE USING THE SITE.

The artist has used crosshatching to build up the dark values and create volume. White areas have been masked by placing masking tape on the paper during execution of the drawing, removing it at a later stage, and drawing back into the area. Jun, E.M., Roh, Y.H., & Kim, M.J. (2013). The effect of music‐movement therapy on physical and psychological states of stroke patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(1-2), 22-31. I remember a funny situation about a thing that inspired me. Well, it’s true that it was when I was abstractionist, so I’ve got excuses. So, being at toilet and having nothing, I saw some cracks in the walls with ceramic tiles and found that design interesting. I looked over them, canalized then and came to the conclusion there’s a nice subject for a painting. If you look over my abstract gallery, you will see a polyptych painting (4 pieces), green colors predominant, few of reds and blues. That’s the resulted artwork inspired by the crackled bathroom ceramic tiles. The world of contemporary Russian art lost a major influence among its ranks with the passing of Vladimir Nemukhin One of the most prolific, engaging and pioneering artists of the non-conformist period, Nemukhin will be missed. Bensimon, M., Einat, T., & Gilboa, A. (2015). The impact of relaxing music on prisoners’ levels of anxiety and anger. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 59(4), 406-423. Music is strongly associated with emotions. Evocative music is used in advertising, television, movies, and the music industry, and the effects are powerful. Listeners readily interpret the emotional meaning of music by attending to specific properties of the music (Hevner, 1935; Rigg, 1940). For example, joyful music is typically fast in tempo, major in mode, wide in pitch range, high in loudness, regular in rhythm, and low in complexity (Behrens & Green, 1993; Deva & Virmani, 1975; Dolgin & Adelson, 1990; Gabrielsson & Juslin, 1996; Gerardi & Gerken, 1995; Hoshino, 1996; Kratus, 1993; Robazza, Macaluso, & D’Urso, 1994; Thompson & Robitaille, 1992; Terwogt & Van Grinsven, 1991). In some cases, listening to music may give rise to changes in mood and arousal (Husain, Thompson, & Schellenberg, 2002; Thompson, Schellenberg, & Husain, 2001). Certain properties of music, such as tempo and loudness, might provide universal cues to emotional meaning. It is difficult to assess this hypothesis, however, because most research on the topic has involved asking listeners to judge the emotional meaning of music from their own culture (cf. Gregory & Varney, 1996), and most of these studies only involved Western music (cf. Deva & Virmani, 1975; cf. Hoshino, 1996). In one exception, Deva and Virmani presented Indian listeners with excerpts from Hindustani ragas and asked them to judge the mood, color, season, and time of day that best characterized the ragas. Judgments of ragas were often consistent with conventional (intended) associations, suggesting that listeners were sensitive to properties in the ragas that connote moods, colors and temporal associations.

She wrote an article about action painting, which was the subject of a recent exhibition, for a Sunday news magazine. Only the person receiving Henna body art will be allowed in the workspace, others must use at least 6 ft social distancing. Castiglione: Lost Genius at The Queen’s Gallery Buckingham Palace – Beautiful display of oil drawings and etchings by this little-known Italian artist of the Baroque era. Over Robert Motherwell’s forty-year career as an artist, he produced hundreds of works. The year before he died, Motherwell completed this last monumental Elegy. Motherwell believed: Making an Elegy is like building a temple, an altar, a ritual place. Unlike the rest of my work, the Elegies are, for the most part, public statements. They reflect the internationalist in me, interested in the historical forces of the 20th century, with strong feelings about the conflicting forces in it.” Despite this statement, Motherwell insisted that the Elegy was not about the Spanish Civil War, but rather a universal lament on people struggling everywhere to gain freedom and independence. Edgerton, C.L. (1994). The effect of improvisational music therapy on the communicative behaviours of autistic children. Journal of Music Therapy, 31(1), 31-62. Hanhisalo, Judith Evans. Enjoying Art: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, and the Decorative Arts. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1983. Magee, W., & Burland, K. (2008). Using electronic music technologies in music therapy: Opportunities, limitations and clinical indicators. British Journal of Music Therapy, 22(1), 3-15. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, A Forest of Signs: Art in the Crisis of Representation, September 4-November 17, 1989 (traveled to: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, December 15, 1989-January 12, 1990). Cafe Terrace at Night, Arles (1888) Yale University Art Gallery. This exhibit highlights the work of four artists creating work at the North Fourth Art Center. Selected for their distinctive styles and dedication to art making, each has advanced as individual artists and together have taken on the domain of the gallery to make it their own. Thomas Nozkowski: Paintings, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, October 10-November 9, 1991. The artist who created it is Peter Reginato. He is a successful artist known for his abstract steel sculptures. Pothoulaki, M., MacDonald, R., & Flowers, P. (2012). An interpretative phenomenological analysis of an improvisational music therapy program for cancer patients. Music Therapy Perspectives, 49(1), 45-67. I’ve never been a unicorn-follower but lots of people keep collections of unicorn sculptures. A friend of mine did a tiny glass unicorn. I’d never run across the Obama-Unicorn paintings – bizarre. I’ve seen unicorn tapestries but I’m not sure where, maybe at the Met. I recently saw a news article about a woman who had a horn growing out of her head (I think it was a woman, but it could have been a man). An entertaining and well-written article. But then all of your articles are well written.